This article provides an overview of future directions for research related to refugee entrepreneurship. It puts forward key concepts, explores the relations within the current broader literature on migration and entrepreneurship, and identifies several promising clusters of questions. We also introduce five papers in a special section of this issue, which offer nuanced findings and cues for further research.
- o15 - "Economic Development: Human Resources; Human Development; Income Distribution; Migration"
- Forced migration
- Labor markets